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Yesterday after much anticipation, I finally got my hands on the latest novel from acclaimed horror / fantasy writer Clive Barker.  Now those not in the know, this writer was responsible for the ‘Hellraiser’ movies (especially as he wrote and directed the first instalment waaay back in 1987) and quickly garnered a big cult following with numerous novels and short stories to his name.  109 more words


Frightening Friday: The Scarlet Gospels

The Scarlet Gospels left me speechless. On the one hand, it is macabre, disturbing, dark, and epic; on the other, it is satirical, philosophical, and very human. 88 more words


The Rucker Report: May 2015 - Forward and Backward

A week and a couple of days late.  Why?  Because, as an “author’s update” there’s really not much to report, since little of what was detailed from the previous update in April has been progressed upon.  1,049 more words


Barker Or King; Who Do You Prefer?

Who is the greatest horror writer of our generation? While there is a good number of good horror out there it basically comes down to the big two for me; Stephen King and Clive Barker. 378 more words

Reading And Writing

Preview: Clive Barker’s Nightbreed Vol. 1 TP

Clive Barker’s Nightbreed Vol. 1 TP

Authors: Clive Barker & Marc Andreyko
Artist: Piotr Kowalski

What’s to Love: Before Fables, before Once Upon a Time, Clive Barker created a secret city of With Clive Barker’s vision for Nightbreed finally released—Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut—this series gives readers the untold histories throughout time for the monsters of Midian that fans have been craving. 84 more words


GALILEE by Clive Barker

Clive Barker’s 1998 unrivaled tenth novel Galilee  (subtitled asA Romance” inside the cover, and also known as Galilee: A Novel of the Fantastic… 623 more words


Clive Barker Returns with THE SCARLET GOSPELS

In which he kills the Hell Priest, aka Pinhead (no spoiler, this is a major promotional point of the novel). The Scarlet Gospels was released this week on May 19th in hardcover.   214 more words